Jamshedpur: Former Chief Minister and leader of Opposition in the Jharkhand Assembly Arjun Munda today appealed to the Election Commission to take notice of the decisions taken by the state government recently. He was speaking to scribes during Kali puja organized at his residence in Ghodabandha.
Munda said the state government was taking vital decisions by holding Cabinet meetings continuously. He said the decisions were being taken in view of the Assembly elections.
He said the major reshuffle of bureaucrats carried out recently by the state government was objectionable and that the government should cite reasons for doing the same. He said the law and order situation in the state was deplorable. He said the government had nothing to do with the poor law and order situation.
Munda said the people were all set to support the BJP in order to help it form a majority government in the state. He said the BJP was going to contest the election with the slogan ‘Poorna Bahumat, Sampoorna Vikas’ (absolute majority, complete development).
Several senior party leaders including the state BJP president Dr Ravindra Rai were present during Kali puja at Mundas house.